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'Index - H', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 3: 1643-1644 (1802), pp. 35-42. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=10072 Date accessed: 01 September 2014.


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Haberdashers hall,
-, 1644, Massage to Lords concerning Officers of that Committee put under Restraint by their Order; Answer thereto, 3 Apr.

Hacker,
-, Captain, 1643, his Exchange for Lieutenant Colonel Sands to be recommended to Lord General, 25 Dec.

Hacter,
-, Lieutenant Colonel John Philip, 1643, committed to Southwark Compter, 16 Mar.

Haddam,
-, Much, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living read, and agreed to, 20 Dec.

Hadley,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living read, and agreed to, 9 Oct.

Haggerston,
-, Mr. 1643, to be sent to Lord Fairfax, 14 Aug.

Haines,
-, Captain, 1644, Order for 80 £ to him, and 20 £ to the Man who procured his Escape, sent to Lords, 3 Dec.

Hales,
-, Sir Edward, 1643, committed to the Tower, 28 July; Order for Payment of Monies assessed upon him - for securing and inventorying his Goods seized, 29 - The Committee for Prisoners to state Evidence against him, 23 Aug. - Report; Order for sequestering his Estate, 28 Sept. - The Committee at Haberdashers Hall impowered to pawn it, 5 Oct. - Sir Henry Hayman has Leave to visit him, 17 - Order for bringing him to Bar, 19. Examined; House adhere to the Vote for sequestering his Estate; Business referred to a Committee, 20. Report; his Offer of 6,000 £ for the Garison of Gloucester accepted; Sequestration to cease; Rents, Goods, &c. to be re-delivered, 30 - Goods sold before the Composition not to be restored - Order for continuing him secured - for sending up his Servants and Grandchild, 3 Nov.
-, Mr. 1643, to be removed from Lord Petre's House to Southwark Compter, 12 Aug. To be removed back, 14 - The Committee for Prisoners to state Evidence against him, 23.
-, Thomas, and Son, 1643, committed to Winchester House, for being Actors in the Kentish Insurrection, 17 Aug.
-, Captain, 1643, the Committee for the Admiralty to send him to what Prison they think fit, 29 Aug.

Halford,
-, Robert, 1643, to have Warrant to pass beyond Sea, 11 Aug.
-, Sir Richard, 1644, his Composition, with the Reason thereof reported; Resolutions thereupon; the Committee to compound with him according to them, 27 July.

Hall,
-, Mr. 1643. Vide Privileges.
-, 1644, desired to preach, 24 Apr. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 29 May.
-, Thomas, 1644, Petition concerning a Debt due to him from Sir Thomas Soame, read, and referred to the Committee for Sequestrations; Sir Thomas offers to be examined upon Oath, 8 Nov.
-, Cornet, 1644, Order for paying Part of his Arrears agreed to by Lords, 14 Nov.

Halley,
-, Mr. 1643, Question for trying him, Neg. 14 July.

Hallifax,
-, 1642, Day appointed by Lords for hearing Proofs against the Parson, 17 Mar.

Halfled,
-, Mr. 1642, Order for disposing of Money seized at his House, 21 Mar.

Haman,
-, Lieutenant Colonel, 1644, committed to the Tower, 22 Aug.

Hamburgh,
-, 1643, a Committee to prepare Instructions for an Agent to be sent thither, 7 Apr. - Another Committee to treat with Merchants concerning a Loan of Rixdollars brought from thence, 1 May - Letter and Petition from the States concerning Money, communicated by Lords, 28 Aug. - Other Letters from them referred to a Committee, 20 Sept.
-, 1644, Latin Letter from them concerning a Ship taken by Parliament Ships, referred to a Committee, 2 Nov.

Hamilton,
-, Marquis of, 1643, Question for Leave to him to convey Pictures, &c. into Scotland, Neg. Order for staying them, 20 May - for delivering them to the Earl of Denbigh, upon his engaging they shall be forthcoming, 23 - A Committee to consider of present raising Monies out of them, 16 Jan.
-, Captain, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Safety, 11 July.
-, Sir John, 1644, Order for discharging the Sequestration of his House, &c. in Middlesex, 27 Aug.
-, Major, 1644, committed to Lord Petre's House, 9 Sept. - To be tried at a Council of War, and bailed in the mean time, 9 Oct. - Report; Order for discharging him and his Bail, 3 Dec.
-, Sir Frederick, 1644, Petition, with a Letter of Recommendation from the House of Commons at Edinburgh, read, 26 Oct.
-, Sir Francis, 1644, Order for paying Part of his Arrears, 21 Dec.

Hammerfley,
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 28 Sept.

Hammond,
-, Mr. 1643, to be summoned to attend, 29 June.
-, Dr. 1643, to be summoned to attend, 11 Oct.
-, Elizabeth, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 27 Aug.

Hampden,
-, Alexander, 1643, to be sent up in safe Custody, 22 May - To be tried for a Conspiracy, 29 June.

Hanham,
-, Mr. 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 15 July.

Hanworth,
-, 1642, Petition of Parishioners; Order for restoring their Plate, 23 Mar.

Harbin,
-, Henry, 1642, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, and kept Prisoner in the mean time till sent, 24 Mar.

Harbye,
-, Sir John, 1643, to have Warrant to bring a Hearse with his Son's Corpse from Oxon, 5 June.

Harcourt,
-, Count de, 1643, a Committee to present him the Respects of the House, and see he is properly accommodated, 14 Sept. - Deputy Lieutenants of Kent to take care of his Accommodation upon the Road, 20. Message from Lords concerning furnishing Somerset House for him; Member to see it done, 21 - Conference desired by Lords concerning the Manner of entertaining him, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 5 Oct. - Another Conference desired by them concerning a Message from him, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Message entered; a Committee of both Houses to consider of it, 7. Answer communicated by Lords agreed to, 9. - Speaker to grant him Warrant to pass with his Retinue and Carriages, and return from Scotland; Member to desire that his Attendants may return, and that he would carry no Monies for any one there, 11. Information that he is stayed at the Court of Guards; Order for dismissing him; a Committee to excuse the Matter to him, and inquire the Reasons of it; Report; Message to Lords, desiring Sir Peter Killegrew might go with him, agreed to - Order for discharging his Waggons and Trunks, 16 - Report of Sir Peter Killegrew's Return, and the Ambassador's Message of Respect, and Desire of a free Passage for Dispatches from Oxon to France, and of a Caution given to De Molin; a Committee to acquaint him therewith, 21 - Messages and Letters from France addressed to him, &c. to pass to Oxon, 27. A Committee to acquaint the Messenger that the House disavow the Treatment he met with; their Report; Messenger to have Warrant for himself and Letters to pass into France, 31 - A Reward offered for Discovery of the Persons who robbed him; Members to acquaint him therewith, 10 Nov. - Conference desired by Lords concerning a Paper from him, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; his Memorial, and Lords Answer, presented, and to be considered, 15. Read, and referred to a Committee, 20. Conference desired with Lords thereupon; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, and held; Answer agreed to by Lords, 22. - Captain of the Guards not to suffer his Servants to be searched, or uncivilly used, but to bring suspected Couriers to the Parliament, or to the Committee for Safety, 15 Nov. - Conference desired by Lords concerning him agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Question for agreeing with them in appointing a Committee to receive what he desires to impart, Neg. A Committee to assign Reasons for disagreeing, 30. - Reasons reported, and agreed to; Conference desired thereupon agreed to, and held, 2 Dec. - Another Conference desired by Lords agreed to, 5. Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Paper from them concerning the Manner of receiving what he has to impart, agreed to, 6. Lords to be acquainted with the Agreement, 9. Message sent, 11. - Ambassador to have Warrant for Persons to carry his Letters to Oxon, and bring back others directed to him, upon Promise to send Letters belonging to other Persons to the Parliament, 13 - His Servant to have Warrant to go into France, 16 - Ambassador to have Pass to go with his Retinue to Oxon, 22. To have Liberty to carry Wine, the Wine being searched; Sir Peter Killegrew to go with him, 23. - Ordinance from Lords for Sir Peter's going; Conference desired thereupon; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, and held; Lords agree to the Orders of the House, 25. - A Committee to open Letters from France and from De Molin to him, in De Molin's Presence - Lords to be moved that Lord Digby's Letter to Sir H. De Vic may be sent to him - Letter from Lord Goringe to the Queen opened, and read; Members to recover other Pacquets addressed to him and Monsieur De Cressy - Other Members to seize all Letters with De Molin and Palasin, that are going to France - Conference desired touching Letters of great Importance that concern the Safety of the Kingdom, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; Message from Lords, desiring the Letter, and Mail of Letters, may be safe kept; a Committee of both Houses to open them, 10 Jan. - Letter from both Houses to him reported, read, and agreed to; Order touching the Indorsement; Duplicate thereof to be made; One to be sent by De Molin, the other by a Trumpet, 12. Lords Concurrence signified, 13. A Committee to put the Letters into the Bag in De Molin's Presence, and acquaint him the Passes will be ready To-morrow, 12. Speaker to deliver the Letter and Mail to him - Some of his Servants to have Warrant to go to Oxon, 13. - Passes from Lords for the Ambassador, his Train, &c. to go into France, agreed to, 12 Feb.
-, Lady, 1644, Petition referred to a Committee; Committee to prepare Ordinance for granting the Wardship of her Son without Fine, Composition, or Rent, 30 Sept.
-, Mrs. 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Obstructions in Courts of Justice, 20 Sept.
-, Mrs. 1644, Order for paying her Part of her Husband's Arrears, 30 Sept.

Hardney,
-, Richard, 1643, voted incapable of fitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.

Hardstone,
-, Henry, 1644, committed to the Gatehouse for breaking open the Countess of Peterborough's House, 12 Oct.

Hardwicke,
-, Mr. 1643, to be recommended to the Committee for plundered Ministers to provide for him, 11 Nov.
-, 1644, desired to preach, 29 May - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 26 June.

Harefield,
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer recommended, 22 Mar.

Harford,
-, Mrs. 1644, Order for paying her Part of her Husband's Arrears. 30 Sept.

Harley,
-, Sir Robert, 1642, to give a privy Mark for Pix-money, and prepare Ordinance for restoring himself to his Place in the Mint, 16 Mar.
-, 1643, Ordinance read, and agreed to, 3 May. Sent to Lords, 5. Their Concurrence signified, 6 - Order for Repayment of Money advanced by him, 6 Dec.
-, 1644, Order for Payment of the Residue, 31 Oct. - Agreed to by Lords, 1 Nov.
-, Colonel, 1643, Order for sending his Regiment to Plymouth - for completing it by Imprest, 15 Nov.
-, 1644, Ordinance concerning him agreed to by Lords, 18 Oct.

Harquebusiers,
-, 1643, Ordinance for raising a Regiment of them read, and referred to the Committee for Safety, 3 May - Ordinance for Security of Persons advancing Money for that Service, 8. Agreed to by Lords, 10.

Harrington,
-, Thomas. Vide Herne, Edward.
-, Captain, 1643, to have Warrant to convey Saddles, &c. into Lincolnshire, 1 July.

Harris,
-, Dr. 1643, to be discharged from being a Member of the Assembly, 11 Oct.
-, John, 1643, voted incapable of fitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Mr. 1643, to be admitted upon a Report from the Committee for absent Members, 22 Jan.
-, Joseph, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, 19 July.

Harrison,
-, Mr. 1643, voted incapable of fitting during this Parliament - New Writ ordered, 24 June.
-, Sir John, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 24 Aug. - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 4 Sept.
-, Thomas, 1644, Report concerning him; Order for leaving him to the Committee for Oxon, &c. 23 Oct.

Hartnall,
-, George, 1643, to attend the Service of the House within Ten Days, upon pain of forfeiting 200 £ 9 May - Respited upon a Report from the Committee for absent Members, 22 Jan.

Hartopp,
-, Sir Edward, 1643, Complaint and Examinations against him read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 23 Mar.

Harvey,
-, Mr. 1643, a Committee to consider of his Estate in Mr. Curteene's hands, 16 Jan. - To be assessed for his 5th and 20th Part, 5 Feb.
-, 1644, to be further assessed for his 20th Part, 12 Aug.
-, John, junior, 1643, to be recommended to the Lord Lieutenant of Middlesex, to be a Captain of Volunteers, 1 Aug.
-, Mr. 1643, to pay Arrears of the King's Revenue in his hands, and account upon Oath before a Baron of the Exchequer within Ten Days, 11 Dec.
-, Colonel, 1643, the Committee of Safety to consider of Means for paying Arrears due to his Regiment, 24 Feb.
-, 1644, the Committee for the Revenue to pass Order for it, 5 Apr. - Member to prepare Ordinance for cutting Woods on Lord Petre's Estate, for Payment thereof, 11 Apr. Ordinance read, and agreed to, 13. Lords Concurrence signified, 16. - His Regiment to march, and have a Month's Pay, 13 Apr. - Members to treat with the Officers, if the Colonel refuses to march, 10 May. Order for their Meeting, and sending for them; Committee to take care of securing the Horse and Arms, 11. - Colonel to issue Part of the Recruiting Monies to Colonel Washborne, to complete his Troop, 15. - The Committee for the Militia to be desired to discharge his Quarters, take his Musters, and dispatch his Pay, 24. - Information against him referred to the Committee for Lord General's List, 27 June. - To another Committee, 8 July.
-, Mr. 1644, to have Satisfaction out of a Prisoner's Estate for Damages sustained in bringing him up - A Committee to consider of satisfying him for Monies disbursed for the Service of Lyme, 10 Oct.

Harwich.
-, Vide Landguard Fort - 1643, Order for searching Ships going in and out of the River, 10 Apr. - Petition of Inhabitants; Order for sequestering the Living - Lord Admiral to be acquainted with the Condition of the Place, 2 Oct. - Letter and Petitions, complaining of their Lecturer, read, 19 Oct. Vide Wood.

Haselwood,
-, Captain, 1644, Petition; Order for Payment of Part of his Arrears, 17 May.

Hassetrig,
-, Mr. 1643, his Exchange for Sir Wingfield Bodenham, to be recommended to Lord General, 25 Dec.
-, Sir Arthur, 1643, his relation of Passages of Sir William Waller's Forces; Thanks thereupon, 18 Apr. - Deputy Lieutenants to deliver him Lists of Malignants in the several Counties, 12 May. - Power given him to search for Monies whereof he shall receive Information, 7 June. - Order for Money for speedy sending away his Soldiers, 15 Nov. - for 26 £ to a Lieutenant in his Regiment that has lost his Leg, 20 Dec. - For advancing Monies for Surgeons going down to his Regiment, 23.
-, 1644, Order for Payment of Debts incurred by his Engagements for the public Service, and for recruiting his Regiment, 20 May - for indemnifying the Tenants of New College, Oxon, for paying their Rents for this Service, 27.
-, Thomas, 1644, his Petition, and Lord Gray's Information against him, about opening a Letter directed to him, referred to a Committee, 10 May.

Hastings,
-, Sir James, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 15 July.

Hatcher,
-, Captain, 1644, Letters and Petition concerning his being sent Prisoner to Leicester, 10 June. Order for sending him in safe Custody; Lord Gray to inform House of the Reasons of his Confinement, 11. Liberty given him to appear without being brought up under Restraint, 14.
-, Thomas, 1644, dispensed with for residing with the Scots Commissioners in the North, 18 Sept.
-, Mrs. 1644, Order for paying her Part of her Husband's Arrears, 30 Sept.

Hatfield,
-, Ridgeley, 1644, Petition; Order for Payment of his Loan, 16 Dec.

Hatley,
-, John, 1644, the Committee for the Revenue to take Security for his Money seized in the Godspeed of Hull - Order for discharging the Ship, 8 June.

Hatter,
-, Thomas, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Obstructions in Courts of Justice, 24 June.

Hatton,
-, Sir Robert, 1643, to be exchanged for Mr. Thomas Hasselrig - Order for his Commitment to the Tower, revoked, 22 Jan. - Order for his Discharge, upon Security, 8 Feb.
-, Captain, 1643, committed to Southwark Compter, 10 Feb.
-, Mr. late Usher of the Chancery, 1644, Order touching the Disposition of Monies in his hands, 1 June.

Haughton,
-, Thomas, 1643, Petition; Order thereupon, 13 May.

Hawes,
-, William, and Robert Terry, 1643, to be sent for, as Delinquents, 11 Oct. A Committee to examine the Offence - Order for their Discharge in the mean time, 16.

Hawkins,
-, Jeffery, 1644, his Information against Lieutenant Cotton, 10 May. Vide Cotton.

Haye, Archibald,
-, 1644, Cause of his coming referred to the Committee for Examinations, 10 May - The Committee for reforming Lord General's Army to examine him, 8 Oct.
-, Sir James, 1644, his Commitment approved, 18 June - Order for disposing of his Horses, 21 - for bailing him, 30 Sept.
-, Mr. 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 15 July - Letters concerning him read, 20.

Hayes,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for coining his Plate, 2 June.

Hayward,
-, Valentine, 1643. Vide Privileges.

Heale,
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.

Heath,
-, F. 1643. Vide Privileges.
-, Dorothy, 1643, Petition concerning 800 £ due to her late Husband for Blades, and concerning a Part of Two Subsidies, collected by him, being seized and carried into Guildhall; Order for the Treasurers to pay the Money belonging to the State, and give her an Acquittance; Proceedings to be stayed in the mean time, 16 Dec.
-, John. Vide Culling.
-, Sir Robert, 1643, Officers to pay Monies in their hands, belonging to him as Fees, 16 Aug.
-, 1644, a Committee to inquire who issue Writs Teste Roberto Heath, 30 May - Resolution for impeaching him, Sir Jo. Banks, Sir Robert Foster, and Sir Jo. Glanville, of High Treason; Impeachment sent to Lords, with Desire that Witnesses may be examined upon Oath in the Presence of a Committee of the House - Another Committee to take care of producing them, 22 July.

Heathcott,
-, Grace, 1644, Petition to be read, 24 Sept. Referred to the Committee for the Navy, 30.

Heaton,
-, Mr. 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, 18 Dec.

Hebblethwaite,
-, Mr. 1643, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 17 June - To attend the Committee for sequestering absent Members Estates, 28 Sept.
-, 1644, Cafe of his Absence reported, and re-committed, 16 Oct. - Further Report concerning him; the Committee at Goldsmith's Hall to compound for his Delinquency - Order for continuing his Sequestration, 29 Nov. - His Fine of 500 £ accepted; Sequestration to be discharged upon Payment thereof; Ordinance to be prepared for that Purpose, 23 Dec.

Hector,
-, a Ship, 1643, to be sent to Lord Admiral - Lading to be sold, and Part of the Proceed assigned to the Ship's Company, 14 Sept.

Hempsted
-, Hemell, 1642, Day appointed by Lords for hearing Proofs against the Parson, 17 Mar.
-, 1644, Ordinance from Lords for sequestering the Living, read, and passed, 18 May.

Hemsworth,
-, Mr. 1644, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, 10 Dec. Vide Jaques.

Henderson,
-, Mr. a Priest, 1643, Order for disposing of Monies found upon him, 13 Nov.
-, Mr. 1643, desired to preach, 29 Nov. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 27 Dec.
-, Sir John, 1643, Pass for himself, Wife, &c. to go into Holland, denied, 3 Jan.

Hendon,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 7 Oct.
-, Baron, 1643, Message to Lords, desiring he may be assessed, agreed to, 5 Dec. - Another, desiring he may be proceeded against for not paying his Assessment, 20 - Agreed to, 23.

Heney,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 28 Oct.

Henley,
-, Mr. and Mr. Hawkeridge, 1643, a Committee to consider of a speedy Course for satisfying Monies drawn upon them for Arms delivered to the Scots, 20 July.
-, Mr. 1643, Order for sequestering his Office in the King's Bench, and Disposal of the Profits accruing this Term, and of Arrears, 1 Feb.
-, 1644, Order for disposing of them for the Use of Lyme and Poole, 3 May.

Henry,
-, a Ship, of Dover, 1644, Commander and Officers to be brought to Lord Admiral, 22 Apr.

Herbert,
-, William, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.
-, Richard, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.
-, Mr. 1644, his Letter to Speaker, 20 July.
-, Lord, of Cherberry, 1644, Order for selling his Books, and disposing of the Proceed thereof, 30 Aug. - For restoreing them, and discharging his Sequestration, 23 Sept. - His Petition from Lords, referred to a Committee, 19 Dec.
-, Mr. 1644, desired to preach, 29 Oct. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 6 Nov.

Hereford
-, County, 1643, Appointment of High Sheriff respited, 30 Dec.

Hereton,
-, Colonel. Vide Quarrel.

Herle,
-, Mary, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 10 June.

Herne,
-, Mr. 1642, to be discharged; Member to fee he takes no Horses with him fit for Service, 20 Mar.
-, John, 1643, to pay Monies, collected for Relief of the Visited in the Out-Parlshes, to the Treasurer for Middlesex, 14 Sept.
-, Richard, 1643, to be tried by martial Law, and committed to the Compter in the mean time - Order for bestowing his Printing Presses, &c. on Joseph Hunscott, 10 Nov. - His Petition referred to the Committee for Examinations, 16 Dec.

Heron,
-, Edward, High Sheriff of Lincolnshire, 1642, Warrants against assisting the Committee at Lincoln, signed by him, and others, read; a Committee to prepare Ordinance for sequestering their Estates, 15 Mar.
-, Sir Edward, 1644, Report concerning him; Order for admitting him to a Fine and Composition; a Committee to compound with him, 23 Oct.

Hertford,
-, Town, 1642, Ordinance for sequestering the Vicarage of All Saints, read, and agreed to, 16 Mar. Day appointed by Lords for hearing Proofs against the Parson, 17.
-, County, 1643, Petition of Freeholders, &c. - Ordinance concerning the Application of the Weekly Assessments, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 25 Mar. - Member sent down to advance them, 28 - Petition of Inhabitants concerning Captain Wingate, read, 7 Apr. Vide Wingute. - Ordinance concerning Volunteers, sent to Lords, 20 - Deputy Lieutenants appointed, 25 Apr. - 7 Sept. - Deputy Lieutenants to deliver to Sir Arthur Hasselrig a List of Malignants in the County, 12 May - Additional Committees to the Committee for Sequestrations, 23. Agreed to by Lords, 24 - A Committee to examine the Business of seizing Horses and raising Horse for the King, 21 Aug. - The Committee for the County to give Warrant for Payment of Monies raised for Maintenance of the Forces, 2 Sept. - Order for sending Horse to the Earl of Manchester, 13. Agreed to by Lords, with a Proviso; Proviso agreed to, 18 - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for associating Hertfordshire, Kent, Surry, and Sussex, 2 Oct. Ordinance read, and agreed to, 27 - Lord General to be desired to command the Horse; Notice thereof to be given to the Earl of Manchester, 3 Oct. Committees added to the Committee for the several Ordinances of Parliament, 5 - Ordinance for the Trained Dams to march as Lord General shall direct; agreed to by Lords, 18 - Order for sending Monies collected upon the Ordinance of Sequestrations, 26 - for sending down Billet-money, 3 Dec. - Ordinance for levying Forces and Monies, read twice, and committed, 15 - Passed, and agreed to by Lords, 18 - Petition and Information of Brewers, referred to the Committee for the Excise, 16 - High Sheriff appointed, 30 - Petition of Committees, complaining of disproportionable Rates fel upon the County, read; nothing done thereupon, 17 Jan. - Petition of Inhabitants, 2 Feb. - Petition of Gentlemen, read; a Committee to consider of a Way for satisfying the Debt due to the County, and the Insolencies committed towards them, 22 - Order for their Meeting, 7 Mar. The Committee to consider of the Loss sustained by Petions who sent Horse to convoy Lord General's Foot to Windsor, 8.
-, 1644, the Forces to conduct Prisoners under their Command to the Committee for Prisoners, 29 Mar. - Petition of the Committee for the Militia; Ordinance presented therewith, for continuing the Ordinance to them, read, 13 Apr. Committed; Continuance thereof, 16 - Member to prepare Letter to the Committee concerning Satisfaction to be made to the County for their extraordinary Charges, 3 July - Report from the Committee of both Kingdoms, concerning the County, to be made, 17. Order at the Quarter Sellions, and a Petition, reported; Petition and Reasons referred to the Committee for the Militia - Complaints and Informations against several of that Committee, referred to the Committee for regulating Lord General's Army; Committee impowered to receive Informations - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for Continuance of the Militia, 19. Ordinance read twice, and committed; Petitions, &c. referred, 27. - Ordinance passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired; Ordinance explained, 5 Aug. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 7. - Petition of Ministers; Order thereupon, 31. - Order for removing Soldiers quartered near the Enemy's Quarters, 24 Dec.

Hertingfordbury,
-, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and re-committed, 15 Feb.
-, 1644, agreed to, 10 May.

Hervey,
-, Duniel, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 20 July.

Hesketh Frideswed,
-, 1644, Petition specially recommended to the Committee for Sequestrations, 31 May.

Hexham
-, and Holme, 1644, Petition of Inhabitants read, and referred to a Committee, 3 July.

Hoxt,
-, Mr. 1644, Order for bestowing upon him Books to the Value of 30 £ 1 June. Agreed to by Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 8.

Heyling,
-, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Mar.

Heyman,
-, Peter, 1643, to have Warrant to pass into France, 23 Aug.

Heywood,
-, Elizabeth, 1644, Order for transferring the Trust of her Estate, 10 Dec.

Hickford,
-, Elizabeth, 1643. Vide Privileges.

Hicks,
-, Mr. 1644, desired to preach, 29 May - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 26 June.
-, Mr. 1644, Ordinance concerning him; agreed to by Lords, 18 Oct.

Hide,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for his Discharge, 24 May.
-, Hanmett, 1643, Order for appointing Sequestrators of his Estate, 10 June. Ordinance for that Purpose, 12.
-, John, &c. 1643, Petition referred to the Committee of Middlesex, 8 Mar.

Hierarchy,
-, Popish, 1643, Letters to the Bishop of Calcedon, setting forth the State thereof in England, read; Conference to be desired with Lords thereupon; Letters to be communicated afterwards to the Assembly, 10 Oct. Managers appointed, 11. - A Committee of both Houses to consider what is fit to be done thereupon, 19. - Member to see the Papers printed, 10 Nov.

Higden,
-, Walter, 1643. Vide Privileges.

Higgins,
-, Mr. 1643, to be recommended to the Mayor and City of Chichester to be Recorder, 11 July.

Higgons,
-, Captain, 1643, his Troop to be sent up to receive their Arms, 18 July - Order for their marching to Lord General, 19 Aug. - The Committee for Sussex to take care of paying them, 21 Sept. - His Letter concerning some Differences between him and one of the Committee at Chichester, read; Person to hear and determine them, 20 Dec.
-, 1644, his Troop to be at the Disposal of Sir William Waller and the Committee in Sussex, 11 Apr. - Petition from the County, and the Certificate of the Committees against him, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 24 May - His Petition, and informations against him, referred to a Committee, 4 June.

Hildersham,
-, Samuel, 1643, to be summoned to appear in the Assembly, 23 Oct.

Hill,
-, Peter St. 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Mr. St. 1643, his sending Currans to Bristol, referred to a Committee, 10 May.
-, Richard. Vide Pennoger.
-, Arthur, 1643, to have Warrant to go to Oxon, 22 Apr.
-, Mr. 1643, desired to preach, 19 July - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 21.
-, Colonel, 1643, Petition read, and recommended to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 6 Sept. - Persons appointed to examine his and Colonel Chichester's Accounts, 30. Report - Examination of his Engagements to the Council of Scotland for Arms for Ireland, referred to the Committee in Scotland - Question for advancing him 400 £ Neg. 2 Oct. - Order concerning him, agreed to by Lords, 5.

Hillerfden
-, House, 1643, Letter concerning the taking it; the Committee of both Kingdoms to consider whether it be fit to slight or garison it, 7 Mar.

Hilton,
-, Baron, 1644, Ordinance for securing his Creditors, to be read, 14 May. Read twice, and agreed to, 16. Sent to Lords, 18. Message, desiring them to expedite the passing it, 20.

Hinde,
-, Matthew, 1643, committed to Lord Petre's House, 20 June.

Hinton,
-, William, 1643, to have Pass to go into France, 15 Apr.

Hippesley,
-, Sir John, 1643, to send Warrant for his Troops to appear in Tothill Fields, 18 July - Order for disbanding them, 13 Sept.
-, Captain, 1643, Order for Payment of his Arrears, sent to Lords, 13 Apr.

Hitcham,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 18 Oct.

Hobbard,
-, Sir John, 1643, Member to write to him to attend, 16 Oct. Excused upon account of his Indisposition, 27.

Hobbart,
-, Sir Miles, 1644, a Committee to consider a Desire presented on behalf of him and Sir John Palgrave, 15 May - Petition concerning them, read; Order for making Report, 19 July. Report; Sir Miles to be tried by martial Law; Sir John to be discharged from further Attendance, 20.

Hobbs,
-, Mr. 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent - Order for sequestering his Estate, 28 July - for his Commitment to Newgate, 1 Aug.

Hodder,
-, John, 1643, Letter concerning Bills of Exchange from him, read, and referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 24 May.

Hodgson,
-, John, 1642, Order for indemnifying him for taking up Arms against the Earl of Newcastle, 20 Mar.
-, Thomas, 1644, Order for restoring his Goods, 6 Sept.

Holborne,
-, Robert, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Colonel James, 1644, Paper concerning an Alteration of Officers in his Regiment, referred to Lord General, 1 Apr. - His Petition; Order for him to repair forthwith to his Regiment, 15 May.

Holdern,
-, Humphrey, 1643, appointed Keeper of London House, 20 Dec.
-, 1644, Order for Reward to him for taking a Priest - A Committee to consider his Charge, since the Priest was in Custody, 14 Nov.

Holdsworth,
-, Dr. 1643, a Committee to consider of his Delinquency, 10 June.

Holford,
-, Charles, 1643, to have Warrant to pass into Geneva, 10 May.
-, Andrew, and others, Orphans, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee at Leicester - Their Goods to be secured in the mean time, 16 Aug.
-, Sir Richard, 1644, Order for making Report concerning him, and others, come in upon the Declaration, 15. 20, 21, & 22 June - Report; Consideration of his Fine, re-committed; Petition of Orphans, whose Estates lie in his hands, referred, 28 Nov.
-, Mrs. 1644, Petition referred to a Committee, 24 July.

Holland,
-, 1643, Conference desired with Lords, concerning a Letter to be sent to the States, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; Lords Concurrence signified; Letter to be signed by both Speakers, 2 May - Trunk of Writings from thence to be delivered to the House, and the Key to Speaker, 12 June - Ordinance appointing Deputies to solicit for the Relief of Ireland, sent to Lords, 27 July - Power given them to act jointly or separately, 3 Oct. Agreed to by Lords, 5 - Information that the Ambassadors are at Gravesend; Lords acquainted therewith - A Committee to consider of their Reception, and to send the Master of the Ceremonies to them; Lords Concurrence signified, 12 Jan. Order for their Meeting, 15 - A Committee of both Houses, to meet them at Greenwich, 12. Order for their Meeting, 13. - Their Goods to pass Custom-free, and without Search, 15. House appointed for them, 16. - Message to be sent to them, concerning the Misbehaviour of their Servants, 1 Feb. - Conference desired by Lords, concerning Letters from thence; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 29 - Reported; Letters read, and referred to a Committee, 4 Mar. - Information concerning the State of Affairs there, in relation to this Kingdom, to be put in Writing, and sworn to in the Admiralty Court - The Committee of both Kingdoms to consider of sending Ships to Newcastle and the Coasts of Holland, to prevent the Transportation of Arms, &c. - Order for 100 £ and Books to the fame Value, for the Informant; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 8. - Paper from the Ambassadors, presented by Speaker, read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms; Conference to be desired with Lords thereupon, 18. Desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 19. Another desired by Lords; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Report to be considered, 20. Considered; Paper read; House adhere to their former Vote of referring the Paper to the Committee of both Kingdoms; a Committee to prepare Reasons, 22. Reasons reported; free Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, 23.
-, 1644, Message to Lords, desiring them to expedite their Answer; Conference desired by them; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 25. Report to be considered, 26. Considered; House adhere to their former Vote; a Committee to prepare Reasons; Reasons reported; free Conference desired and agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, 28. Reported; previous Question for appointing a Committee to join with a Committee of Lords to consider the Paper, Neg.; a Committee to assign Reasons, 30 - Reasons reported, and re-committed, 2 Apr. Reported from Recommitment; free Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, 3. Conference desired by Lords; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Report to be considered, 5- - Message from Lords, desiring to communicate, at a Conference, something they had received from the Ambassadors; agreed to; Report concerning it; Answer to their Paper, agreed to; a Committee to prepare Preamble; Preamble read, and agreed to; Conference desired with Lords thereupon; agreed to, 8 - They acknowledge the Parliament; Speaker, in a Visit, to return the Respects of House; Members to have Liberty to accompany him, 4 May - The Committee of both Kingdoms to send to the States Provincial a Narrative of what passed between the Ambassadors and the Parliament, 27. - Letters to be signed by Speakers of both Houses to the States General, &c. thanking them for the Collections for Irish Protestants, 15 June - Lords acquaint the House they had received a Message from the States Ambassadors, concerning something they had to deliver to both Houses; a Committee of both Houses to consider of the Manner of receiving them, 19. Their Application to the Speaker concerning it; his Answer, 20 - Opinion of the Committee concerning the Reception of them; agreed to, 22 - Lords Vote, that each House shall receive them apart, agreed to - Day appointed for giving Audience by the House - A Committee to consider all Circumstances conducing thereto, 1 July. Their Report; Copy thereof to be delivered to the Master of the Ceremonies - Order for furnishing the Rooms appointed to entertain them, and the House, with Things necessary for their Reception, 10. Manner of receiving them; they present a Letter of Credence, Propositions, and a Memorial; Day appointed for Speaker to make Report thereof, 12. His Report, 17. To be considered, 17. 20, & 22. - Message from Lords, acquainting the House they had appointed a Committee to consider their Proposition concerning Shipping, 19. They put the House in mind thereof; a Committee appointed to meet them; Lords to be desired to impower them to receive Complaints of Injuries done by their Subjects, 24. - Lords to be desired to appoint a time for Their meeting, 26 - 2 & 21 Aug. Time appointed, 22. Committee to have Liberty to treat with the Ambassadors concerning their Complaint, 1 Aug. Further Demands referred, 9. Order appointing Committees to be communicated to Lords by their Clerk, 16 - The Committee impowered to grant or deny Restitution of a Ship, 4 Sept. Committees added, 6 & 7 - Order for Meeting of the Committee, 18 & 28 - Liberty given them to deliver in the Demands of the Subjects of this Kingdom - Order for making Report, 3 Dec. - Ambassadors Desire of importing Wine and Beer Custom-free, agreed to, 20 Aug. - Message from Lords, concerning the Excise of their Provisions, referred to a Committee, 28 Nov. - Order for exempting them from paying Excise or Custom, 13 Dec. - Lord Admiral's Letter, concerning his refusing a States Man of War to wash and tallow at Dartmouth, and inviting him to go to any Port in Subjection to the Parliament, read; A Committee to prepare Letter of Approbation, 3 July - Extract of a Letter concerning the States Resolutions touching free Trade into all the Ports of this Kingdom, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms - Letter concerning a Dutch Man of War, with Powder, &c. taken, and Copy of a Letter inclosed, referred to a Committee of both Houses, 24. The Committee at Sunderland impowered to employ the Ship in the Service of those Parts - Letter concerning another Ship taken, read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy-The Committee to put the Ship in an ordinary Way of Trial in the Admiralty Court, and give Order for Exportation of the Prisoners, 26 - Speaker presents a Letter from the Ambassadors, in French and English; English Letter read, and to be considered, 6 Sept. - Message from Lords, desiring an Answer to their Proposition for mediating a Peace, may be referred to a Committee of both Houses, agreed to, 23 - Answer agreed to by Lords, with Amendments, 21 Oct. - Their Letter, reinforcing their Desires of interposing, and Lords Answer, read, and referred to a Committee, 7 Nov. Order for their Meeting, 18 & 28 - Paper from them, communicated by Lords, 15 - Another Committee to consider Lords Answer, 4 Dec. Order for making Report, 5. Answer reported, with Amendments; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 6. Signified, 7. Ambassadors received as formerly; Speaker delivers the Answer by Word of Mouth; Clerk presents it to them in Writing; Ambassadors to be desired to deliver their Propositions in Writing, 10 - Their Letter communicated by Lords; referred to a Committee of both Kingdoms - Petition of Dutch Merchants, sent from Lords, 13.
-, in Lincolnshire, 1644, Security thereof specially recommended to the Committee of Lord Manchester's Association, 9 Oct.
-, Earl of, 1643, to be discharged from the Lieutenancy of Middlesex and Berks, 23 Aug. - Message to Lords, desiring he may be secured in the Tower, and no Person speak with him but in Keeper's Presence, and that he may be examined by a Committee, in the Presence of some Members; Answer thereto; a Committee to prepare Interrogatories, and be present at the Examination, 7 Nov. His Answer to the Interrogatories, reported; previous Question, for desiring Lords to commit him to the Tower, Neg.; the Committee to consider what is fit to be done further, 11 - Conference desired by Lords concerning his Petition, and Lord General's Letter, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Petition and Letter referred to the Committee - Ordinance for punishing him and others for leaving the Parliament, and going to the Army raised against them, read twice, and committed, 22 Dec. - Another Conference desired by Lords concerning him, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 15 Jan. Reported; State of the Business concerning him, with the Reasons of the Committee, reported; previous Question, that he is guilty of deserting the Parliament, Neg. 17 - Message from Lords, desiring his Sequestration may be taken off, 3 & 14 Mar.
-, 1644, another Message, acquainting the House they had given him Leave to attend Lord General in an Expedition; Question for concurring therein, Neg.; Lord General to be desired not to admit him to go, 9 May - Order for dischargeing his Sequestration, 13. Lords to be acquainted therewith, 15.

Holland,
-, Sir John, 1643, to have Pass for himself, Lady, &c. to go beyond Sea, 24 Apr. - to be dispensed with for going into the Country, and to have Leave to send down a Commission to Mr. Wilton to be his Lieutenant Colonel, 29 June. - Order for him to command the Regiment in Sir John's Absence, 8 July - Sir John to take into his Possession Monies lately paid to Lord Roxborough, 3 - To have Leave to visit his Lady at Utrecht, and suffer no Prejudice by his Absence, 22 Sept.
-, 1644, Leave of Absence extended, 18 Oct.

Holled,
-, John, 1643, to have Warrant to pass into France, 18 Apr.

Holles,
-, Mr. 1643. Vide Privileges. - To have Warrant to pass with his Wife, &c. beyond Sea, 9 Aug. Order revoked; Copy thereof to be sent to the Officers of the Out-ports, 10. To have Leave to go and place his Wife in the lsle of Wight, 19.
-, Denzill, 1644, Petition read; the Committee for the King's Revenue to pay him 1000 Marks for the like Sum imposed on him by a Fine in the King's Bench, 24 July.

Hollingbury
-, Much, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, 29 June.

Hollyland,
-, Colonel, 1643, Order for delivering him Money, &c. 29 May.

Holme.
-, Vide Hexham.

Holmestead,
-, Colonel, &c. 1644, Petition read; to have Licence to transport Goods by Bills of Store, 7 Aug.

Holt,
-, Alexander, 1643, Witnesses, and Information against him, to be heard at Bar, 5, 6 & 8 Sept. His Petition; Question for referring it to a Committee, Neg.; Petition read; Witnesses examined; Order for restoring his Goods, and discharging him, 9.

Holworthy,
-, Matthew. Vide Croft.

Holy
-, Island, 1643, Order for sending Ships and Provisions thither, 15 July - for Indemnity of the Person who took it, 16 Sept.
-, 1644, Report concerning it, and touching paying the Arrears of the Garison; the Committee of both Kingdoms to settle it for the future, 21 Aug.

Honeyman,
-, Mr. 1643, the Committee for Examinations to examine the Serjeant's Man concerning his Escape, and William Ducy concerning Intelligence with him, 9 Feb.

Honeywood,
-, Sir John, 1643, to be excused from acting as Deputy Lieutenant, 29 Aug.
-, Sir Robert, 1643, Business concerning him referred to the Committees in Kent, 29 Aug. - Their Letter; Order for sequestering his Estate, 28 Sept. - His Petition referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 27 Nov. - His Composition accepted; Order for discharging his Sequestration, upon Payment thereof, 20 Jan.

Hooke,
-, Captain, 1644, Petition; Order for paying Part of his Arrears, 17 May.
-, Mary, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 9 Oct.

Hooper
-, William, 1643, to be exchanged for Lieutenant Carr, 19 Aug.

Hope,
-, a Ship, of Rotterdam, 1644, Letter from States Ambassadors, and Petition of Master concerning it, read; Speaker to give Answer to the Ambassadors, 22 July.

Hopewell,
-, a Ship, of London, 1643, Petition of Owners referred to the Committee for Obstructions in the Courts of Justice, 6 Sept.
-, 1644, another Petition read, and referred to another Committee, 19 June.

Hopton,
-, Captain James, 1643, Declaration of his Affection to the Parliament, read - Order for recommending him to Lord General, 18 July.
-, Sir Ralph, 1643, his Letter concerning his Loss at Alton; Order touching Prisoners taken there, 18 Dec.
-, Mr. 1644. Vide Privileges.

Hornby
-, Castle, 1643, Order for demolishing it, 6 July. Sent to Lords; to be sent down, notwithstanding the House has received no Answer, 8.

Horner,
-, Sir John, 1643, Order for Payment of Monies disbursed by him, 14 Sept.
-, Mr. 1643, to be sent for by Serjeant, 23 Dec. Vide Quarrel.

Horses,
-, 1642, Order concerning marking them, agreed to by Lords, 23 Mar.
-, 1643, Lords to be moved for Order against transporting them without Leave of both Houses, 25 Mar. - Ordinance concerning assessing Non-contributors to the Propositions for raising Horse, read, and re-committed, 8 Apr. Message to Lords, desiring them to pass it, 27 Apr. - 3 May. Ordinance agreed to by them, 6 - The Committees for raising them to give Account weekly of their Proceedings - the Committee for Examinations to disarm Non-contributors, and commit them; and to assess them proportionable to their Estates, and give Order for levying the Assessments, 27 Apr. - A Committee to prepare Ordinance to prevent Mischiefs by general Warrants for seizing them; Books of Entries of all former Warrants to be brought to them, 20 Apr. Ordinance for that Purpose; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 25 - A Committee to consider what Horses have been seized by virtue of any Warrant, 6 May - Ordinance for indemnifying the Commissaries, 15 - A Committee to consider of listing all within the City, and 10 Miles round, 17 - Ordinance for that Purpose, read, and re-committed, 1 June. Read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 3. House put them in mind thereof, 16, 24 & 26. Ordinance returned, with Amendments, 29 - Amendments read, and committed, 1 July - Lord General to be desired to grant Commissions for listing them, 3 - A Committee to assess Non-contributors within the City, and 20 Miles round, 26 May Ordinance for that Purpose; agreed to by Lords, with a Proviso, 29 - Proviso agreed to, and to be printed; Lord General to be desired to give Order for Observation thereof, 7 June - Ordinance from Lords against taking Horses within 30 Miles of London, read, and referred to a Committee, 12. To be reported, 17. Conference desired by Lords concerning it; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 19 - Receivers for the Subscriptions in the several Counties appointed, 17 July - Ordinance for raising Horses in London, and 15 Counties adjacent, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired; Question for sending it up with a Blank for the Names of Commanders in Chief, Neg.; Commanders appointed; Conference desired with Lords concerning it; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held; another desired by Lords; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held; Lords Amendments reported, and agreed to, 22. Ordinance to be printed and dispersed, 25. Letter to be sent into the several Counties, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 - A Committee to examine the Obstructions to bringing them in, 18 Oct.

Horsman,
-, Captain. Vide Rockingham Castle.

Horsted
-, Parva, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 5 Sept.

Horton,
-, Colonel, 1643, Members appointed to speak with him, 29 May - To be recommended to the Command Sir William Ogle had, 24 June.

Hospitals,
-, 1643, Consideration of those about Town referred to a Committee, 19 Oct.
-, 1644, Ordinance for exempting their Rents from Taxes, read, 3 July. Order for Second Reading, 3 July - 24 Aug. - Read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Nov. Desired, 16.

Hotham,
-, Sir John, 1643, his Letter concerning Sir Hugh Cholmeley's deserting the Parliament. Vide Cholmeley, Sir Hugh. Member to write Letter of Thanks, 3 Apr. - Another Letter, desiring 2,000 Musquets to be sent down, specially recommended to the Committee for Safety, 4 - Bills of Exchange for 600 £ accepted; Order for Payment of the Money, 2 May - Answer to his Letter concerning his Son, read, and agreed to; Committees Letter concerning securing him, 3 July - Ordinance for indemnifying those that apprehended him, read, and agreed to, 8. Lords Concurrence signified, 10 - The Committee to send him up; a Committee to examine him, and the whole Business concerning him; no Member to send to or visit him without Leave of the House, 12. The Committee at Hull to open his Trunks, and inventory the Contents, and employ what Money they find for Pay of the Garisons of Hull and Beverly, 13. Order for delivering the Monies and Plate, except as excepted, to Lord Fairfax, 14. Enlarged, 18 - Read, and agreed to, 19 Aug. - Order for bringing him to Bar, 7 Aug. - Order for Indemnity of the Committee for apprehending him and his Son, and fortifying the Town, read, and agreed to; Member to prepare Letter of Thanks to them; Persons have Liberty to speak with him in Keeper's Presence, 19 - Order for removing him to the Tower; no Person to speak with him but in Keeper's Presence; Question that he may have the Liberty of the Tower, Neg.; Order for bringing to Bar, 6 Sept. Heard; voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament; remanded to the Tower; no Person to speak with him but in Keeper's Presence, 7 - Copies of Records pertinent to his Trial to be delivered to a Member - Lord General to be moved to suspend the appointing a Time and Place for it, 25 Nov. - Order for a Weekly Allowance to him out of his own Estate, 10 Feb.
-, 1644, his Letters to the Earl of Newcastle read, and delivered to a Member, who has all Evidences against him, 15 July - Papers, Evidences, &c. concerning his Trial, to be delivered to the Judge Advocate; Commissioners of martial Law impowered to examine Members, 29 Aug. - His Petition read, 28 Oct. - Members have Leave to be examined at his Trial, 25 Nov. - Members desirous of it have Leave to visit him before he dies - His Wife's Petition for a Pardon, read, and laid aside, 11 Dec. - His Petition for further Respite communicated by Lords; they acquaint the House they had reprieved him till 6th January next; Question for agreeing thereto, Neg.; Execution respited for a shorter Time; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 24.
-, Lady, 1644, to have Pass to come from Hull, 7 Sept.
-, Durand, 1643, to be summoned to attend; Order for seizing his Papers and Letters; examined touching a Letter to his Father - Order for continuing him in Custody, 3 July. Examination of him, and Letters found in his Chambers, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 4. Report; Order for discharging him, and restoring his Money; injoined not to go to his Father, 6.
-, Captain John, 1643, Lord General's Letter touching Directions given for his Commitment to Nottingham Castle, 21 June. Lord General to remove him where he thinks fit, 22 - His Letter, relating his Escape, read; Members to write to him to come up to the Parliament, 27 - Committees Letter concerning securing him, 3 July. They send him up; a Committee to examine him, and the whole Business concerning him; no Member to send to or visit him without Leave of the House, 12 - The Committee at Hull to open his Trunks, and inventory the Contents, and employ what Money they find for the Pay of the Garrisons of Hull and Beverley, 13. Order for delivering the Monies and Plate to Lord Fairfax, 14. Inlarged, 18 - Read, and agreed to, 19 Aug. - His Desire to be examined in the House, and bailed; reported; Order for the Committee to proceed in the Examination, 20 July - His Petition read, 2 Aug. - Order for bringing him to Bar, 7 - Another read; Order for him to answer Interrogatories proposed by the Committee, 21. His Refusal reported; Question for appointing a Day to hear him at Bar, Neg. 25 - To be heard; why he should not be discharged from being a Member, 25 Aug. - 6 Sept. Members to discover what they know concerning him - A Committee to visit him, and give Account of the State of his Health; Liberty given him to advise with Physicians - Heard; voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, and remanded to the House from whence he came, 8 - To be removed to the Tower, 3 Oct. - Copies of Records pertinent to his Trial to be delivered to a Member; Lord General to be moved to suspend the appointing a Time and Place for it, 25 Nov. - His Petition read; Order for him to declare the Contents to the Lieutenant of the Tower, and others, 15 Dec. - Order for them not to proceed; their Warrants, and Commissions for granting them, to be brought into the House, 22 Jan. Presented, 24 - Another Petition, desiring to be examined; a Committee to go and examine him, 1 Jan. - Another Order for a Weekly Allowance to him, 13 - Agreed to by Lords, 1 Feb. - The Committee to report what Readiness they are in to bring him to his Trial, 13 Jan.
-, 1644, to be sent to Lord Fairfax for a speedy Trial; Member to desire him by Letter to make Preparation for it, 4 June - His Letter to the Earl of Newcastle read, and delivered to a Member who has all Evidences against him, 15 July - Lord Fairfax's Letter concerning his Trial read; nothing done thereupon, 10 Aug. - Papers, Evidences, &c. concerning it, to be delivered to the Judge Advocate; Commissioners of martial Law impowered to examine Members, 29 - Members have Leave to be examined, 13 Nov.
-, Mrs. 1643, the Committee at Hull to be desired to discharge her, 25 Aug.

Hovesley,
-, Daniel, 1643. Vide Privileges.

Houghton,
-, Samuel, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 14 July.

House,
-, 1643, Preachers appointed by the House, 1 & 26 Apr. - 31 May - 9 & 28 June - 3, 19 & 26 July - 30 Aug. - 27 Sept. - 25 Oct. - 1 & 29 Nov. - 29 Dec. - 31 Jan. - 28 Feb. - Thanked, and to print their Sermons, 29 Mar. - 15 Apr. - 31 May - 7, 15, 21 & 26 July - 30 Aug. - 27 Sept. - 25 Oct. - 29 Nov. - 27 Dec. - 31 Jan. - 28 Feb. - Resolution for rising every Day at 12 o'Clock, 6 Apr. - for sitting at 8 and rise at 9 o'Clock Wednesdays and Fridays, 21 - House sits after Sermon, 1 July - Resolution for rising every Day at 10 o'Clock, 18 Aug. - Day appointed for taking the Covenant at St. Margaret's; Lords and Assembly to be desired to take it at the same Time and Place, 22 Sept. - Resolution for seeing the City Forces drawn out - for waiting on Lord General, to gratulate his Success, 26 - Order for repairing the House, and Places about it, 16 Oct. - Officers of the House take the Covenant, 26 - Clerk, Serjeant and Clerk Assistant take it, 1 Nov. - Resolution for adjourning from Mondays to Wednesdays, and from Wednesdays to Saturdays, 11 - for sitting on unusual Days, 27 Nov. - 22 & 23 Dec. - Resolution for meeting every Day at 9 o'Clock, 9 Dec. - House to be called, 6 Jan. - Resolution for appointing One of the Assembly to pray with the House every Morning; Assembly to be moved herein, 10 - House invited to dine with Lord Mayor, 13. Order for meeting at Christ Church, and going after Sermon to Merchant Taylors Hall, 16. City to be thanked; Minister thanked, and to print his Sermon; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 - Resolution for meeting every Day at 9 and rising at 12 o'Clock, 14 Feb.
-, 1644, Preachers appointed by the House, 27 Mar. - 3, 17 & 24 April. - 29 May - 26 June - 8, 10 & 31 July - 28 Aug. - 9 & 25 Sept. - 18, 28, 29 & 30 Oct. - 7 & 27 Nov. - Thanked, and to print their Sermons, 27 Mar. - 9, 17 & 23 Apr. - 29 May - 26 June - 31 July - 19 & 28 Aug. - 13 & 25 Sept. - 22 & 30 Oct. - 6 & 27 Nov. - Resolution to entertain no private Business till the Forces are marched, 29 Apr.

Howard,
-, Lord of Escrigg, 1643, to have Warrant to transport Two Horses, 10 May - His Petition from Lords, desiring to be appointed Guardian to Lord Boteler, agreed to, 16 Oct. - Another Petition from them, desiring Relief, referred to the Committee for Sequestrations; Committee to make Report before they order any thing thereupon, 20 - Ordinance from Lords concerning him, 24 Feb. Lords desire a speedy Answer; Ordinance to be read, 27 - Read; Conference to be desired thereupon; Managers appointed, 12 Mar. Conference desired; agreed to, and held, 19.
-, 1644, his Son to have Pass to go beyond Sea, 8 Oct. - Another Petition; Order for Reparation of his Losses, 12.
-, Thomas, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Charles, 1644, the Committee for Prisoners to send him to a safe Place, 29 July.
-, William, 1644, the Committee for Prisoners to send him to a safe Place, 29 July.
-, Henry, 1644, the Committee for Prisoners to send him to a safe Place, 29 July.

Howland,
-, Sir John, 1642, Lord General to be desired that his Horses, seized under Pretence of a Warrant for him, may be restored, 20 Mar.
-, 1643, to have Warrant to pass to the Spaw, 14 Apr. - Information touching his hindering the Weekly Assessments, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 27.
-, 1644, his Petition for Leave to go to the Spaw, referred to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 20 May.

Howse,
-, Captain Thomas, 1644, to have public Faith for Money he has a Warrant for, and yet unpaid, 20 Aug.

Hoyle,
-, Mr. 1644, Order for Repayment of his Loan, 18 Apr.
-, Thomas, 1644, Ordinance appointing him King's Treasurer's Remembrancer in the Exchequer, read twice, and passed, 3 Aug. Agreed to by Lords, 5 - Order for a Baron to administer to him the Oath of Office, 10 Sept. Sent to Lords, 11. House put them in mind thereof, 13 - Petition, desiring he may be Lord Mayor of York, read; a Committee to prepare Ordinance for that Purpose, 19 Aug. Ordinance read, and passed, 30 - Agreed to by Lords, 3 Sept.

Huddleston,
-, Colonel William, 1642, to be discharged from being Deputy Lieutenant of Cumberland; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15 Mar.
-, 1643, to be committed to the Tower; Order for a Reward to the Person who brought him up, 18 Nov.
-, 1644, to be exchanged for Dr. Bastwick, 21 Oct. - To have Pass to go with his Wife, &c. the direct Way into Cumberland, 26.

Hudson,
-, Captain William, 1643, to be removed from Woodstreet Compter to Harwich Gaol, 26 May.

Huguessen,
-, Mr. 1643, Information against him, and his own Examination read; Order for his Commitment to Lord Petre's House, 4 Aug. The Committee for Prisoners to state Evidence against him, 23.
-, 1644, Order for his Discharge, 30 Mar.

Hull,
-, 1642, Letters from thence; Town to be desired to billet Soldiers, upon Assurance of Satisfaction; Member to prepare Letter to that Purpose, 20 Mar. Letter read, and agreed to, 21 - Letter from Mayor, &c.; the Committee for Safety to furnish them with Ordnance, &c.; Member to move them herein, and report their Answer, 23.
-, 1643, that Matter referred to the Committee for the Navy, 10 Apr. - Letter concerning securing Sir John Hotham and Son. Vide Hotham - Committees for Government of the Town, and Colonel of the Garrison appointed; Lord General to be moved for a Commission for that Purpose; Conference desired thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 3 July. Lords Concurrence signified, 4 - Lord Fairfax appointed Governor; Lord General to be acquainted therewith, 11 - Letters from thence read, 12 - Other Letters read; a Committee to prepare Letter of Thanks - Order for sending 2,000 Foot, 20 - Ordinance appointing Lord Fairfax Governor, sent to Lords - Letter, desiring speedy Supplies of Money and Ammunition read; Order thereupon, 22 - Another Letter read, 3 Aug. - Letters relating the State of the Town, read, 11 Sept. - Order for sending down Money and Forces, 28 - Ordinance, appointing Monies arising by the Excise and Customs there, for Maintenance of the Garison, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7 Feb.

Humberston,
-, Thomas, 1643, Petition referred to a Committee, 2 Oct.

Humble,
-, William, Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 20 May.

Hume,
-, Lady, 1643, to be permitted to pass into Scotland, 9 Aug.

Hungate,
-, Thomas, 1643, Order for his Discharge, upon taking the Protestation, 11 Apr.

Hungerford,
-, Sir Edward, 1643. Vide Quarrel.
-, Lieutenant Colonel, 1643, Lord General to be moved to think of exchanging him, 9 Oct. Letter to him concerning it, read; Order for acquainting him with an Information against him, 23.
-, Antony, 1644, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament; Order for his Commitment to the Tower, 11 June - A Committee to inquire into his Offence, 23 Oct.

Hunks,
-, Frances, 1644, Petition referred to a Committee, 29 Aug. - Order for paying her Part of her Husband's Arrears, 30 Sept.

Hunsdon,
-, Lord, 1644, Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason; Impeachment to be sent to Lords, with Desire he may be secured, 12 July. Sent; their Answer; Member to prepare Articles, 13. His Petition for speedy sending them up, communicated by Lords; a Committee to prepare them, 19 - Another Petition; Lords desire the House to hasten the Articles; Order for presenting them, 2 Aug.

Hunt,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for his Discharge, 3 Apr.
-, H. 1643, Order for staying his Trial, 14 Apr.
-, Nicolas, 1643, Petition; Order against seizing his Horses, 26 May.
-, Robert, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.
-, Captain, 1643, to be secured, or sent out of the Isle of Wight, 12 Mar.
-, John and William le, 1644, their Compositions, with the Reasons, reported; Resolutions thereupon; a Committee to agree with them, pursuant thereto, 27 July - Ordinance for discharging John's Sequestration, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 Dec.
-, John, and William Cocks, Soldiers, 1644, Order for their Discharge, and Stay of Proceedings against them; Matter referred to the Commissioners for martial Law, 30 Sept.

Huntington,
-, County, 1643, Order for discharging it from the Association with Leicestershire, &c. and associating it with Cambridgeshire, &c. 25 May. Agreed to by Lords, 26 - Committees added, 29 - Deputy Lientenants appointed, 16 June - Order for paying Part of the Sequestration Monies to Colonel Cromwell, 11 - Assessments to be employed for Pay of the Forces, 20 - Ordinance for that Purpose, read, and agreed to, 28. Sent to Lords, 29 - Deputy Lieutenants and Committee impowered to proceed upon the Assessments, according to the Ordinance, 17 July - The Committee for Safety to furnish the County with 100 Horse Arms, 24 June - Committees added to the Committee for Sequestrations, 6 July - Lords Concurrence signified, 4 Sept. - High Sheriff appointed for Huntingtonshire and Cambridgeshire; Resolution for joining them, 30 Dec. - Ordinance for indemnifying the Committees for Services done for the Parliament, read, and passed, 3 Aug. Returned from Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 5.

Hurst
-, Castle, 1642, Petition of Gunners and Soldiers, referred to the Committee for Safety, 24 Mar.
-, 1643, Defence thereof, referred to the same Committee, 27 Jan. - The several Letters and Informations concerning it referred - Ordinance for borrowing 500 £ out of the Excise, for paying the Garison, 8 Feb. Sent to Lords, 13.
-, 1644, Order for impresting Monies, upon Account, for their Relief, 14 May - for paying the old Establishment 50 £ Monthly, 24 Sept. - Agreed to by Lords, 12 Oct.

Hurt,
-, Robert, 1644. Vide Privileges.

Husbands,
-, Martin, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 13 Dec.

Hussey,
-, Sir Edward and Charles. Vide Heron.

Hutchinson,
-, Colonel John, 1643, his Letters concerning Proffers to him to betray the Castle and Town of Nottingham; Copies of Letters to him to the same Purport, with his Answers; Member to write him a Letter of Thanks, 25 Dec. - His Letter, relating the Defeat of the Enemy; Member to write to him for an Account of the State of the Irish Prisoners taken, 26 Jan.

Hutton,
-, Henry, 1643, to be summoned to appear in the Assembly, 23 Oct.

Hyde,
-, Edward, 1643, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Obstructions in Courts of Justice, 5 July.

Hyde
-, -Park, 1643, Order touching cutting down Wood there, 7 Oct.
-, 1644, Ordinance from Lords, for preserving it, read, and agreed to, 14 Oct.

Hyett,
-, Henry, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for refusing to serve, after receiving Prest Money, 25 Mar.



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